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De beste parkene

Park
“Outaouais is one gigantic playground! Discover our outdoor activities. 33,000 square kilometres of unspoiled natural beauty and lots of fresh air. Visit us! Breathe in, breathe out. Lots of fresh air. Nature awaits.”
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Park
“so many things to do. From organized professional sports to fine dining and a high end movie theater. Lansdowne offers a farmer's market on the weekend and special events throughout the week.”
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Park
“Great spot for amazing views of Parliament, the Canal and the Ottawa River. Many festivals take place in this park and it's a hop skip away from the market. ”
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Park
“The Gatineau Park is a national park. It offers lakes for swimming, trails for walking, hiking, skiing, mountain biking. The Parkways within the park are turned over to cyclists on Sundays, just don't tell them it isn't theirs the rest of the time. Serious triathletes train here (swimming in Meech Lake), as do leasure cyclists wanting a hilly challenge. Runners train with a whistle to ward off the occasionnal bear and cub or insistant Canada geese. The old Carbide Mill ruinsat Meech Lake are as close as you can get to a nude beach in Ottawa...”
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Park
“There is a fine view from Jacques-Cartier Park over to the Parliament buildings, the Rideau slopes, and other major features in Ottawa. It is Quebec's fourth-largest city and home to some of the province's best museums, parks, and activities. In particular, the city's large Gatineau Park has been a favorite with Canadian prime ministers such as William Lyon Mackenzie King.”
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Park
“The most beautiful parc around. You need private transportation. There are plenty of trails you could enjoy, the closest one starts in the little quint village of Old Chelsea, 30 minutes drive maximum from here.”
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Botanical Garden
“The Dominion Arboretum is located at the Central Experimental Farm of Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Originally begun in 1889 the Arboretum covers about 26 hectares of rolling land between Prince of Wales Drive, Dow's Lake and the Rideau Canal.”
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Park
“Located on the west side of the Donald Street foot bridge, this beautiful park is perfect for picnics, strolling, bird watching, and more. During the summer, there is occasional live theatre and live music in the park. ”
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Lekeplasser

Dog Run
“Amazing off-leash dog park. Trails range from wooden to open spaces where dogs can socialize and get rid of some energy.”
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Playground
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Playground
“The free tennis courts here are in much better condition than Mooney's Bay and they are much less crowded. ”
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Strender

Beach
“Gorgeous beach with volleyball, swimming! Cute little kiosk with hamburgers and drinks on the beach! ”
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Beach
“Small park, closest beach to where you're staying. Family friendly, clean change rooms, playground and life-guards. All for free and there's a lovely path through the woods to get there!”
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Beach
“Great park and supervised beach. Beach volleyball, swimming and award winning burgers.”
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Beach
“A beautiful, small beach tucked into the south shore of the Ottawa River. There is a small restaurant/cafe here if you want to buy any food or drink. This beack is reachable along the Ottawa River Pathway.”
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Beach
“Just a 15 minute drive away from enjoying these nature trails and more. "Situated on 80 hectares along the shores of the Rideau River, Baxter is a beautiful example of river floodplain. Explore, year-round, the mixed hardwood forests, meadows and wetlands over the 5 km of trails and visit the unique Filmore Park Nut Grove with its many species of nut and bean trees and shrubs. Join in the excellent environmental education programs, summer day camps and seasonal community group camping. Baxter boasts a large number of picnicking areas and large covered shelter adjacent to one of the cleanest and most attractive beaches on the Rideau. Visit the Patrick McManus Interpretive Centre which hosts the many programs and is available to groups for workshops, weekend rentals and social events." Source: Rideau Valley Conservation Authority (RVCA) website”
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Beach
“A popular hangout in the summer, there's a small cafe that also serves beer and snacks”
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Stier

Trail
“Miles and miles of bike and walking path along the Ottawa River. You'll hardly feel like you're in a city at all.”
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Park
“little man made beach with canoe, kayak, and pedal boat rentals. Nothing fancy, but when it's hot it's a good place to go”
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Trail
“www.ncc.ccn.gc.ca/places-to-visit/greenbelt This area encircling Ottawa has over 150 Km of cross-country ski trails for free and suitable for beginner and family outings.”
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Dog Run
“Amazing off-leash dog park. Trails range from wooden to open spaces where dogs can socialize and get rid of some energy.”
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Trail
“These trails go on forever. Lovely for a nice run or to bring the family on a leisurely hike. ”
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Trail
“This is a short 1.9 km loop hike that is an easy climb. It provides many open-rock viewing areas of the Ottawa Valley. Beautiful vistas in Gatineau Park.”
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Trail
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